The Supreme Court on Monday said that a wife's convenience is paramount when it comes to petitions for transfer of matrimonial cases..A bench of Justices MR Shah and Hima Kohli, therefore, allowed a transfer petition filed by a wife on the ground that she was suffering from cancer. The Court rejected the husband's argument that the wife's claim cannot be believed since there were photographs of her travelling, vacationing and scuba diving. "Let me file a counter my lord. I have to do justice by my client. I have photos showing her travelling," the husband said."How will we know when those photos were taken," asked Justice Kohli."Don't aggravate the situation by filing such photos. Heavens will not fall. Convenience of the wife matters," Justice Shah weighed in.The bench then proceeded to allow the wife's plea for transfer..The apex court had recently allowed another transfer plea while emphasising that wife's convenience is paramount.In that case, the Court had observed that while in today's day and age women could not be said to be the weaker sex, the Court will not go against the established practice of giving preference to the convenience of women while deciding transfer petitions.